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The school could be a good idea but not at the expense of losing more of the park. I think even discussing putting it in Mackle Park is just a prime example of Marco politics in action. If it does get to the point of a possibility and you're counting on the deed restrictions to protect Mackle Park, FORGET IT. Unfortunately, the city doesn't feel deed restrictions apply to them and are ignored. Especially at Mackle Park. The now Public Works storage area/building at the Southwest corner of the park (adjacent to the new dog park) has been a blatant violation of deed restrictions since the city acquired the water utilities. No, it is not part of the water plant, never has been but they just want you to think so. All deed restrictions apply to everyone including the city and should not be selectively enforced.
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